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Albert Barnitz Byrne

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Byrne, Dr. Albert Barnitz. b. September 9, 1893, St. Thomas, Kentucky; AMB; Graduated from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1932; Divorced (Married nurse Thelma Erickson on February 22, 1938 in Valencia); CP (?); received passport# 6260 New York series on January 15, 1937 which listed his address as 404 East 61st Street, NYC; Doctor; Served with the Republican Medical Services, arrested by SIM March 11, 1938 and held at Monte Olivete, Byrne released on June 10, 1938 traveled to England, Stayed from June until early July, Returned to the US on July 26, 1938 aboard the Ile de France; d. April 17, 1978, Sabrinal, Texas; after Spain marriage to Erickson disolved.  One son Kenneth R. Byrne.  Lost his job and ended working as a camp doctor for the CCC.   

Source: SACB, Ancestry.

 

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